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    Re: Scented Silence and Forgiveness

    Thank you, kindly.

    PS: In regards to quoting the whole diatribe, neither am I going anywhere nor is the post. :)
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    Re: Scented Silence and Forgiveness

    You’re welcome, Ken.

    And what you said about becoming comfortable with those fragrances, which were associated with less happy or unfortunate events—it is a form of forgiveness as well. You must...
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    Re: Scented Silence and Forgiveness

    Thank you.

    I straddle both the East and West in my personal life and work.
    The story I’m going to tell you is from a time when I was a teenager visiting family-friends—well, folks your family has...
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    Re: Scented Silence and Forgiveness

    Happy New Year, indeed!

    Now this may make you chuckle but “delicate and tender” fragrances have the opposite effect on me esp. when the anger is simmering.
    Such scents feel to me as if someone is...
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    Re: Scented Silence and Forgiveness

    Chinese Oud on the beard.... I can well believe the silent contemplation.
    I use Ensar’s Kinam Rouge.
    The earthy ambergris/green-incense note inside this Oud is surreal.
    There is no room to focus...
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    Scented Silence and Forgiveness

    At the end of every year, I reminisce, sometimes for extended periods even.
    This reminiscing… it is not intentional; it just is.

    The part that bothers me is the remembrance of things which...
  7. Re: Spreading awareness of niche-niche fragrances

    The truth of the matter is...
    the niche market is (now) flooded with perfumes, every which way you look.
    It isn't like old days when niche brands listed something and folks went running towards...
  8. Re: What vintage fragrances are you sampling right now?

    Lucien Lelong's I am sampling mentioned in LL thread.

    Guelain's Chant d'Aromes, 1990s sample.
    Now why haven't I paid it more attention before.
    Floral, soft chypre, the wood is not oakmoss,...
  9. Re: The Perfumed Echoes: Société des Parfums Lucien Lelong

    Finally, I am getting to my N and Passionnement Parfum samples.
    N is as I remember it from before, floral and leather but so light and airy, you almost question the leather in it.
    If this exact...
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    Re: A Tribute for deceased members.

    My silence is deliberate, out of regard and respect for RW’s memory.
    But now, there are many more enjoying his reviews.
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    Re: A Tribute for deceased members.

    ClaireV, you're welcome.
    The one on Fendi Theorema, really caught my attention.
    I wish I had followed my instinct to 'pm' him then.
    It had odd pathos to it, subtle but as usual, nailed down the...
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    Re: A Tribute for deceased members.

    I got to know this BN member more from his reviews on fragrantica (very few were posted on BN).
    http://www.basenotes.net/members/27376-Robert-White
    Someone introduced me to his reviews just about...
  13. Re: Lack of olfactory bulbs and sense of smell

    Starblind, got delayed in getting to your comment... been working and traveling.

    The thing is we don't know why almost 10% of population (variable in different sets) have left handedness to begin...
  14. Lack of olfactory bulbs and sense of smell

    https://www.bbc.com/news/health-50315440
    This is something else.
    No (apparent) olfactory bulbs and to still have a "cracking sense of smell".

    And for those interested in the actual study...
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    Re: House of Caron

    I received a gift of PdT Infini from mid 1970s in that amazing bottle.
    These old bottles of Caron perfumes- they look improvised with their spontaneity but the attention to detail speaks (much)...
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    Re: House of Caron

    I got my hands on a bottle of Aimez moi, 1996.
    The bottle itself is something else

    It begins very much dry violet leaf scent, almost in your face.
    And then comes the star anise and with violet,...
  17. Re: How many people do you encounter during your day that are wearing a fragrance? (best guess)

    Not many.
    Because if they did, I would definitely know.
    But then, I work in an environment where perfumes are not allowed.
    In a way I am glad... during work, perfume is distracting.
    However, I...
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    Re: House of Caron

    Well said.
    I am not surprised at all Caron going this direction, what I am surprised at is it didn't happen sooner. Guerlain has an entire section of perfumers who do nothing but work to keep the...
  19. Re: I have realised now what kind of fragrances I one day would like to have

    Joe, hopefully, I didn’t come across as sarcastic.
    The information is true to the word because been there often enough.
    What you’re describing matches those Rajas of yore in the Indo-Pak...
  20. Re: I have realised now what kind of fragrances I one day would like to have

    Hmm, have you ever been to Pakhtun-Khawa (the old NWFP), or the FATA agency (tribal areas)... because that is where the Pakhtuns (not Pashtun, Pashtu is the language) reside. Let me assure you there...
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    Re: Rites of Perfume Passage

    Bavard, I wouldn't say pristine but a macerated perfume with the kind of materials that were being used then, the scents (esp. chypres) have gravitas.
    ...
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    Re: it's true: perfume doesn't have gender

    This clothing-and-perfume-gender simile doesn't jive well together, at least, to me.
    One is invisible and profoundly effecting, the other is all visual and physical, again influencing but in a whole...
  23. Re: do you like alternating complex/challenging with more mainstream fragrances?

    What you are describing and asking about is a well known phenomenon but mostly folks who pay attention to their sense of smell, actually realize they are doing it.
    The way you want to cleanse the...
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    Re: it's true: perfume doesn't have gender

    Perfumes, or rather odours, are perceived as masculine or feminine all around the world.
    It has been studied in many scent-anthropology studies.
    However, the question is, do scents have a gender,...
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    Re: it's true: perfume doesn't have gender

    My sibling wears Femme, and on her, the scent is amazing.
    However, a friend of mine, he used to play ice hockey for the national Canadian team... oui, very much 6’ 3” of honed muscle and bone wears...
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    Re: it's true: perfume doesn't have gender

    It is all a matter of perception... your genes, your childhood scent memory associations, your cultural/societal influences... the variables go on and on.
    I can cite a long list of studies but it...
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    Re: House of Caron

    Gah, that was tongue-in-cheek.
    I've a dry sense of humor, and in written word, doesn't necessarily translate well.
    And here I thought you would tell me (off-handedly, of course)... chuckling is...
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    Re: House of Caron

    Grayspoole: M’lady, I’m hoping one of these you’ll get the spelling of my humble surname correct. (Chuckle allowed...oui?)

    Such insightful responses from all.
    Saminlondon, and Lilly33, thank you...
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    Re: House of Caron

    Stock up on what?
    I only look for old stock as is, when it comes to Caron. Anything in their current packaging is not what I want. It can’t go anymore downhill, at least to me. Either ditch the...
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    Re: The Venerable House of Rochas

    I kept thinking about this comparison and pulled out the vintage Madame Rochas (MR) parfum (the EdT doesn't age well).
    And I've to say that the aldehydic but best described as a...
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    Re: Mfk gentle fluidity

    Exactly. Tried both.
    Don't like a single one of his Maison perfumes.
    Also, observe the change in last decade, how his perfumes have (majority now) an airy, light and sheer tonality.
    There are no...
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    Re: House of Caron

    With new ACs and the innovations in perfumery, Caron can do a far better job.
    No one has the baroque glitter of Caron.
    And this house has trade secrets of how to deal with narcissus and resinous...
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    Re: Rites of Perfume Passage

    To my dismay, I realized that vintages hint at, seldom (rare well-preserved ones) do they tell the whole story of a perfume, but they do a powerful job of hinting at what the perfume was and what it...
  34. Re: Vintage Fruity Chypres-Your Favorites, Your Thoughts

    This is one of the best description I have read of Gucci Rush and it's indirect interpretative relationship with Mitsouko.
    I, by the way, can't stand it.
    That lactonic-peachy note...
  35. Re: The Perfumed Echoes: Société des Parfums Lucien Lelong

    Zilpha and Grayspoole, thank you for the additional historical context.

    I've found more information about his private life but have refrained from writing here.
    He was a fashion-artiste (fashion...
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    Re: House of Caron

    Grayspoole:
    That’s the thing, on Caron parfum bottles, there is nothing. There are some raised marks on the glass base and I’ll have to stain them to read what's written. All I can say is the person...
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    Re: House of Caron

    I found my old Tabac Blonde parfum today.
    It has intense florals, vanilla and carnation to begin with, then comes cloves and musk with tobacco leaf (this is not chary, smoke or cigarette like), but...
  38. The Perfumed Echoes: Société des Parfums Lucien Lelong

    It was sampling N parfum that got me intrigued about the House of Lucien Lelong.
    Monsieur Lelong was a master couturier. From the clean lines of his fashion aesthetics and fabrication to the...
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    Re: House of Caron

    You’re correct it begins mimosa, dry-pollen like but mid to drydown is very heliotrope-leaning.
    Mostly because mimosa absolute goes well with violet, iris, heliotrope and incense.
    Now a days there...
  40. Re: What are the sexiest fragrances from Maison Francis Kurkdjian?

    None (from MFK).
    There are many other houses which have far better stuff, and at more reasonable prices.
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    Re: Rites of Perfume Passage

    Somehow during this time, the intrigue for the vintage era, tip toed in.
    I am veering off to a tangent but here is what started it...
    It was sampling Holt Renfrew’s porcelain jar dippers for Tonka,...
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    Re: The Venerable House of Rochas

    The part about Femme and Mitsouko is brilliant.
    Considering your and Zilpha's reaction to Femme, I am wondering which ancient deity do I have in the cupboard. Because there is faint lemon but no...
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    Re: The Venerable House of Rochas

    I wish I could like Byzance.
    Fruity, sweet, but also some heliotrope... this part, I like.
    Perhaps it is time to revisit.

    satyen: I would say enjoy the perfume as it's citrus components may not...
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    Re: For those who wear Azzaro PH EDT

    Despite not being asked... I am going to give my two cents. :-)
    Grey Flannel is amazing in a suit and a warm environment. It has a sober, distant, chilling aspect to it. But as they day goes by, I...
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    Re: Rites of Perfume Passage

    Ken_Russell: I thank you but you are humble as always.
    If you started to share, I am sure, the folks here would sit and listen(read) in receptive silence.

    As you know, there are two aspects to...
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    Re: The Venerable House of Rochas

    I'm enjoying reading the responses: thank you.
    I think Rochas had some serious perfumes and then some mediocre ones.

    Hednic and Cacio: Agree about Globe.
    The first ten minutes are frazzling; it...
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    Re: Vintage Dior

    Thank you for clarifying and the thread.
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    Re: Vintage Dior

    Type in Dioressence vintage and you will see many different versions of dark-blue pebble pattern boxes.
    There is also an older one which is a cream coloured box with an oval blue stamp.
    If anyone...
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    Re: Vintage Dior

    The original Dioressence was in 1969 (it was there for a limited time).
    But, using the same base, Dior reissued it in 1979 and made it ?sweeter and less animalic.
    Luca Turin has written about it....
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    Re: Rites of Perfume Passage

    Fragrant mud pies, indeed. :-)
    And you are correct, I balk as well calling it a hobby anytime someone asks about it.
    A hobby it is not. It is in a category by itself.

    A perfumer said something...
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    The Venerable House of Rochas

    Rochas, like Dior, over the years, produced classically structured perfumes, some downright Grand Dames of perfumery. And as the bard says, their loveliness increases, for they shall never pass into...
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    Re: Vintage Dior

    Completely agree.
    Two of my favourite perfumes.
    Their constructs do have similarities but the greenness of galbanum and oakmoss in Dioressence stands solid in face of Vol de Nuit's crystalline...
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    Re: Balancing a Sweet scent.

    You can cut the sweetness with oakmoss absolute (or similar molecules) or add more patchouli.
    Two choices: oakmoss and galbanum or I would say more patchouli/bergamot looking at what you have used...
  54. Re: Most frivolous or unjustified purchase you ever made?

    Q: Most frivolous or unjustified purchase you ever made?

    Such a question has an inbuilt paradox in it.
    The answer is, all of them because one can live without perfume
    And the answer is, none of...
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    Re: Le Labo is trash...

    Le Labo is trash...?
    I find them average perfumes if you take all the hellacious hullabaloo away.
    I simply don't get the fuss about Santal 33 either.
    Also, there are much better Patchouli and...
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    Re: For those who wear Azzaro PH EDT

    If you are going to try, Le 3' Homme de Caron, then also consider trying Yatagan and Caron Pour un Homme as well. I do hope you feel yourself soon, since convalescence from Dengue fever usually takes...
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    Re: Rites of Perfume Passage

    If I smell with eyes closed, the colours (for most scents, not all) are swirling in an empty dark space.
    Now, when the same scent is smelled on a person, the colours take on nuanced tones, whether...
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    Re: Rites of Perfume Passage

    The saga continues... (melodrama aside), there is a strange enchantment in the telling of a tale.

    Looking back, I don't know when or how, this need to have a reference archive for scent notes,...
  59. Re: Testing out fragrances a weird (and sudsy) way

    Ken_Russell: The Eton college collection is worth a mention.

    My sibling uses Shalimar soap, lotion/creams and says layering EdP with lotion makes it smell more like the parfum version.
  60. Re: Testing out fragrances a weird (and sudsy) way

    I approach this from a different angle.
    I do not wear perfume in public but there are perfumed soaps or shower gels I like.
    The key (for me) is that the fragrance is there but subdued and very...
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    Re: House of Caron

    Absolument.
    And I stand corrected since I didn't mention two very elegant perfumes in Caron registry.
    Caron Pour un Homme and Pour Une Femme.
    When I first tried Pour un Homme, its lavender/vanilla...
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    Re: Rites of Perfume Passage

    How perspectives differ.
    Have never given perfume gifts to any except for (immediate) family members. Partly, because I know their appetite for perfume notes is varied, but more so, the desire to...
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    Re: Why do you seek out vintage?

    Any perfumer if given a choice and not a deadline, would not be producing 4 fragrances/ year.
    It also depends on the perfumer's technique and approach.

    However, as regards the main topic of why...
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    Re: House of Caron

    I was thinking why isn't anyone discussing the grand old dames (and some dandies) of Caron, and here we are...
    Nuit de Noel, vintage, is a thing of exquisite nobility. The MdeS base must have been a...
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    Re: Rites of Perfume Passage

    True.
    There is always one perfume which makes one turn the corner.

    I thought you might like reading this about Td'H.
    https://www.marieclaire.com/beauty/a9638/jean-claude-ellena-hermes-interview/
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    Re: Rites of Perfume Passage

    And then, one day Guerlain came along.
    It is quite a story but I shall refrain from specifics.The old Guerlains are... hmm, something else.
    The thing is, it’s a tale of perfume discovery and...
  67. Re: And it happened - asked not to wear perfume to work

    Smoking is a hazardous habit. There is no comparison with perfumes.
    First-hand, second-hand and even third-hand smoking, all have health consequences.
    There are so many carcinogens on your clothing...
  68. Re: And it happened - asked not to wear perfume to work

    So the science about allergic reactions, caused by contact leading to skin reactions or inhalation causing asthma or cough variant asthma is not weak. There is ample evidence. You can look them up in...
  69. Re: And it happened - asked not to wear perfume to work

    Office or any work policy should apply to all.
    If it’s a non-perfume environment, candles shouldn’t be allowed either.

    I cannot work if someone (near me) is wearing a perfume or scent, unless it...
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    Re: SIXTEEN92 Discussion Thread

    I’m glad you’re back.
    Didn’t like seeing that ‘b’ word.
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    Re: Rites of Perfume Passage

    What you said about enablement because of proximity and wholesale market... very true.
    Been there and done that. Not just Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Ras al Khaimah as well.
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    Re: Rites of Perfume Passage

    It appears I don’t have even one willing accomplice to dash the length of this ritualistic perfume journey...
    Hah.

    Well, I moved onto a new place for more training after that odd day I mentioned...
  73. Re: Roja Dove's tips for applying fragrance - Video

    I didn't realise someone had posted this video...
    M. Dove is actually a sweet man, if you can get past the silk robe, gold chains and huge rings, velvet slippers. He is a fount of of knowledge about...
  74. Re: Perfume Oils & Imitations - are they regulated? Should we be concerned about health and safety?

    Artisanal perfume oils/essential oils are not under IFRA restrictions.
    If a company is following guidelines, they have a IFRA certificate and can/would confirm the usage grades.

    In USA, FDA and...
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    Re: Recommend me an orange citrus frag?

    As long as Diane Haska was at the Caron Boutique, one had hope she would find you older versions but Caron closed their boutique in 2018 in NY.
    I have Alpona parfum from 2010 and Poivre (much...
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    Re: Recommend me an orange citrus frag?

    Some info on components of orange-scent.
    Orange peel extract, a bigarade has a sharp, zesty and bitter smell.
    Neroil is extracted via steam distillation of the orange blossom. Airy, light, citrusy...
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    Re: Rites of Perfume Passage

    A difficult question to answer?

    I shall tell my tale then.
    The interest was always there but not consciously acknowledged.
    My education and studies took me away from perfume for a long time.
    I...
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    Re: Rites of Perfume Passage

    gregburris56: It is indeed a journey. I use to scoff at the idea inwardly— now, no more.
    Hednic: Glad, you enjoyed it.
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    Rites of Perfume Passage

    When someone comes to a forum like basenotes, whether they indulge in conversations or read information only, there are perhaps a plethora of reasons behind it:
    a genuine interest in fragrances,...
  80. Re: What vintage fragrances are you sampling right now?

    Nothing is more delightful than a scathing perfume put-down.
    And I do believe, one can defer to the esteemed Mrs Stoller's astute nose any given day.
  81. Re: What vintage fragrances are you sampling right now?

    Insensé is grand with a capital G.

    The Givenchy which aught to be sampled are:
    Vintage Miss Dior
    Dioressence pre-2002.
    I notice that folks are not into chypres that much any more.

    Ah, that...
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    Re: Looking back....

    The voice of reason.
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    Re: What perfume lifts your spirits?

    LadyDragonFire…
    I read your entire post and it made me laugh (in a delighted way, and mind you... with you!)
    Such AROMATIC self care.
    More and more research points to all these scents/aromas (esp....
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    Re: Looking back....

    City74, your question made me analyze this aspect of my life.
    It doesn't matter (to me) what the price is or was, I don't even remember most of the time... if I really liked the scent.
    The scent is...
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    Re: What perfume lifts your spirits?

    purecaramel, I should have replied to this early on.
    Ifti alluding to it was a reminder to post the reference.
    Here: https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2010/07/100708104320.htm

    And this one...
  86. Re: Please name some vintage fragrances which are known for their oakmoss content

    Top of that list is, as mentioned already, Guerlain's Mitsouko.

    I like chypre genre the most, because of the oakmoss base, in perfumery.
    Dior's Dioressence (anything before 2002) has oakmoss...
  87. Re: What vintage fragrances are you sampling right now?

    Isn’t Givenchy III amazing?
    Refined and restrained chypre.
    Both my parents use to wear it. I have a bottle from early 1990s.
    Top notes tend to mellow down but the rest is still good.

    I’m trying...
  88. Re: Sandalwood - is there a gem I'm missing out on? Not sure where to look.

    Ah, I knew.
    I did pause before suggesting to sample Mysore sandalwood, that in doing so, was I adding another voice to the "Dirge" for Mysore-sandalwood scent.
    And then I thought, even if leads to...
  89. Re: Sandalwood - is there a gem I'm missing out on? Not sure where to look.

    I will echo what two others suggested...
    Get a sample of real Mysore sandalwood, it is worth every penny.
    Then you will know what is the scent of real sandalwood.

    All recommendations have...
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    Re: SIXTEEN92 Discussion Thread

    Shadow show: fruity-hay-malty aroma... and a definite popcorn note.
    No shadows that I can see.
    And then dwindles into more warmth with a faint petrol fume note, which disappears by 10 minutes. From...
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    Re: What perfume lifts your spirits?

    Alpona Parfum is sunshine in a bottle, indeed.
  92. Re: Rare Chanel Sycomore 15ml Parfum version

    And a female Fu Manchu at that.
    I think, she may have beaten him at the diabolical part with that very deceptive exterior.
    Also, one thing I forgot to mention, I observed how comfortable that lady...
  93. Re: Rare Chanel Sycomore 15ml Parfum version

    wilourosen: Thank you.
    Your post is like a jolt, a literal blast from the past.

    I thought I would never see Sycamore parfum again in this lifetime (I never saw the bottle, only the box).
    This is...
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    Re: SIXTEEN92 Discussion Thread

    Wicked: eh, none too wicked, I dare say.
    I almost wanted to say starts with a whimper, ends with a bigger sigh.
    But, this is centred around a true patchouli note, has vapoury aerosol, medicinal air...
  95. Re: Post a note and the best example of that note in a fragrance

    Will you allow me two notes... oui?

    Honeysuckle. A very difficult to mimic accord/note.
    Annick Goutal Le Chevrefeuille (to me) remains the standard.
    I am talking about old bow-bottles. Have not...
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    Re: SIXTEEN92 Discussion Thread

    Hmm...
    Bruised Violet: is actually bruised with smudges of violet leaf absolute, way more than iris note, powdery, initially more lipsticky, later more mellow and smooth.
    The idea has definite...
  97. Re: Are We Too Hard on Fragrance YouTubers?

    After seeing this thread yesterday, I opened up few youtube reviewer videos.
    Within half hour I was asking myself, what are you doing for Heavens sake?

    With the kind of reviews I began my...
  98. Re: The official Jeremy Fragrance fragrance thread

    I have always thought (and practised it) that if you really disliked someone, you simply ignored them.
    Nothing kills a thing more rapidly than the inpenetrable wall of indifference.
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    Re: What perfume lifts your spirits?

    Lavender per se is a very uplifting scent.
    Studies find it is especially so for men.

    Penhaligan's Lavandula doesn't get mentioned on BN often. It is a gorgeous lavender.
    I do not like any scent...
  100. Re: The best fragrance to use in the office?

    Yes, Danny... it has been noticed. :-)
    You do try to ameliorate or, better phrase would be, try to diffuse tensions on threads... and not everyone can do so in the written word.
    Nuance and context...
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